How Smartphone Dependency Is on the Rise

Are you ready to evangelize and disciple people with just the resources you carry on your phone if necessary?

24/7 Wall St.

Wireless phoneAngry Birds, selfies and Snapchat, all the byproducts of the rise of smartphones, but who would have thought that smartphones with their multiple applications would become such a large part of daily life, or even go as far as to induce dependence?

The Pew Research Center recently conducted a study about the U.S. smartphone use in 2015. 24/7 Wall St. has taken some tidbits from the story to outline the current position and direction of smartphone use in the United States.

Currently, about two-thirds of all Americans own a smartphone, and in everyday use these smartphones act as a gateway to the online world. This number has grown from 35% in 2011 as ever newer iPhone, Galaxy and Droid phones enter the market.

One out of every 10 Americans owns a smartphone but does not have access to broadband Internet at home. At the same time, three out of every…

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